St. Andrew’s School in Savannah wins garden program grant

St. Andrew's School Savannah Wilmington Is. Congratulations St. Andrew’s School on Wilmington Is. on receiving a grant for a garden program.

St. Andrew’s School was awarded $350 in grant funding from the Georgia Farm Bureau (GFB) Foundation to be utilized for the school’s outdoor learning space & garden project. The learning space, created four years ago, continues to expand into an area where students work & play on a daily basis.

The garden area has been used to grow vegetables for the school’s lunch provider; teach students agriculture concepts; promote good nutrition & exercise. The additional dollars from the GFB Foundation will be used to expand the hands-on learning opportunities across all disciplines.

Additional activities planned for the area include a water wall, a pulley & bucket system, a stone sculpture center plus enhanced seating for classroom discussions.

More about St. Andrew’s School

St. Andrew’s is an independent, International Baccalaureate World School on Wilmington Island in Savannah, Ga. offering the Diploma Program.

The school encourages students age three through grade 12 to go beyond textbooks & classrooms. For more info on the private Pre-K through Grade 12 school, visit

St. Andrew’s School, 601 Penn Waller Road, Savannah, 31410, St. Andrew’s School is a advertiser.

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